For an NFL Network segment that aired Wednesday, league insider Mike Garafolo reported that the Buccaneers were asking offensive coordinator candidates during interviews what they would do to put Brady “back on track” if he remains an active player for the organization for another season:
In addition, the Joe Bucs fans The site is known for regularly having “insider information” regarding the team mentioning that “the news from One Buc Palace is that the Bucs still consider themselves in a race to retain Brady.”
Before a Buccaneers team that won the NFC South title with an 8-9 record was beaten 31-14 by the Dallas Cowboys in the knockout stages, it was said that Tampa Bay “great number of” wants Brady back for another campaign. Brady can wait until after Super Bowl LVII or even March to publicly announce his plans for 2023, but the hint regarding Wednesday’s update is that he’ll let someone in the Buccaneers soon if he’s already stepped one foot out the door.
Buccaneers Senior Advisor Bruce Arians previously coached Brady and speak in November, he believes the 45-year-old will want to continue living close to his children if he continues to compete. Gisele Bündchen, Brady’s ex-wife, bought a house in the Miami Beach area in the fall.
It’s worth noting that the Arians were clearly left behind “extremely unhappy” regarding the recent coaching changes made by the Buccaneers, including the departure of offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich and also the reported retirement of midfield coach Clyde Christensen. the Arians, cake and Christensen are said to be close to Brady, but the seven-time Super Bowl champion could accept the challenge of helping head coach Todd Bowles choose a new offensive coordinator for a roster that both signal callers and Bowles know better than any new assistant.
Rob Gronkowski, Brady’s longtime friend and teammate, hint on Wednesday that the “real” Brady is still undecided about his future.